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SubjectRe: [Announcement] "Exec Shield", new Linux security feature
Ingo Molnar wrote:
>
> the first 1MB of the ASCII-armor is left unused to provide NULL pointer
> dereference protection and leave space for 16-bit emulation mappings used
> by XFree86 and others.

But in some cases you need 1MB+64KB. I think you should change the
start address from 0x00101000 to 0x00111000 so it does not overlap
the address space addressable from virtual 86 mode.

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